The Little Dog Laughed: Hilarious Satire Skewers Hollywood Culture
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The last date listed for The Little Dog Laughed was Friday May 3, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Discover The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in a way you never have before in this new adaptation of the story featuring original handcrafted puppets from the Center for Puppetry Arts, an actual yellow brick road, and a one-of-a-kind outdoor setting -- at the petting zoo. The perfect family day trip from Atlanta, Serenbe (which The New York Times calls "Sonoma for the New South") is a community dedicated to "green" living, featuring delicious farm-to-table restaurants and a small-town Main Street feel. It's the perfect place to start your magical journey over the rainbow with Dorothy and Toto. Plus, the kids will be able to see (and maybe help feed) the bunnies, goats, pigs and other animals on the farm. Learn More
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Featured review from Rus McCoy
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Been wanting to see this play for a long time. My partner and I really enjoyed it. Good cast, especially the female lead. The male lead, though good, didn't exactly fit the role he was to play (a handsome Hollywood leading man hunk). The actor was nice looking but 20 to 30 pounds overweight. His acting ability made it less of a distraction. The other two actors were good but because no one had microphones they were hard to hear at times. Overall, it was a very entertaining night because of good writing, direction and acting (despite what I mentioned previously).
This show contains strong language/profanity, mature content, adult themes and nudity. Parental guidance is highly suggested.
About the Ticket Supplier: Next Stage Theatre Company
Next Stage Theatre Company is a theater arts organization based in Marietta, Georgia whose mission is to create new and inventive experiences by exposing the Metro Atlanta community to contemporary stagings of theatrical works, both old and new.